Poetry

you never forgave me

it’s a pity that you
 never forgave me;
i threw you off, in 
the beginning. a lovely 
girl who shines even when 
it rains. you never met 
a girl who could unearth
 you, strip common sense 
from underneath your feet 
with only with her gaze. you 
loathed me, were jealous of me even.
 you never knew… Continue reading you never forgave me

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Poetry

burned

i woke up to your touch, your hands gripping on the sheets, lips devouring me. eyes closed but body a volcano, i dripped, molten lava across your cheeks. your burned now, ive left my mark on you. you’re starving now, desperate for more. you skipped the entree; im your dessert. lick me up before i… Continue reading burned

Poetry, Thoughtful

The Reluctance of Seasons

Droplets of rain, falling from the sky in uniform ease, Spring unearths from the soil, green coils of stems straining for the predisposed light, mouth gaping and hungry for air tinged with smog and disappointments. Rainy days are no longer the same, since I choose to save my sanity; lonely afternoons hysteria crawling up my… Continue reading The Reluctance of Seasons